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Publication Date



artists' books, Baker & Whitehill Annual Student Artists' Book Contest, fifth


Book and Paper

Student Status

Undergraduate student

Year of Graduation




Faculty / Course

Nicholas Bridges

Materials + Techniques

Papers in multi thickness and texture/ Paper cutting/Photo printing/ graphic design/ Case Binding

Student Narrative

Every moment on a train is densened and enriched with memories flushing-in and sceneries flying-by. The meaning of it changes when the length of a second is physically stretched or condensed as a result of a different moving speed in space. Looking out by the window of a train, the reactions of meeting the new and letting them go oscillated in such an overwhelming frequency, which makes every train journey an epitome of life--beyond the mere coordinate-change in time and space.

For All that has Gone with the Train



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